Lockdown death blow for 8 Tshwane eateries; others’ fate hangs in balance
3 August 2020, IOL
The lockdown has sealed the fate of at least eight restaurants in the city, the Tshwane Tourism Association says. According to the Restaurant Charter of the association, 59 other eateries cannot afford to reopen despite the government easing some lockdown regulations.
Alcohol ban drains restaurant profits
6 July 2020, IOL
Restaurants may have reopened for sit-down meals, but with the sale of alcohol still prohibited, some may be forced to close again. Chairperson of the Restaurant Chapter of the Tshwane Tourism Association Christian Maiorana said that although business owners were grateful the government had given the green light for them to operate, things were not “taking off” for them.
Restaurants frustrated by lack of UIF payment
11 May 2020, IOL
The lack of payment from the Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) to restaurants continues to cause frustration and tension between owners and staff. This was said by spokesperson for the Tshwane Tourism Association Andy Papadopulo who said the restaurant employment sectors experienced payment delays despite accounts having verified information provided by the restaurants.
Restaurants suffer under new regulations – local tourism association
7 May 2020, Pretoria Rekord
Restaurants are preparing for a court battle against government over new lockdown regulations prohibiting them from operating except through deliveries, the Tshwane Tourism Association (TTA) restaurant chapter has announced.
Coronavirus: Plans to boost Tshwane tourism again
23 April 2020, IOL
The tourism industry in Tshwane has been working hard during the lockdown to safely reboot the sector. The chairperson of the Tshwane Tourism Association, Bronwen Cadle de Ponte, told the Pretoria News that tourism had been the worst affected sector of the economy.
Tshwane Tourism Association sees key players at CSIR showcasing offers
29 January 2020, IOL
The Tshwane Tourism Association brought together key industry role-players at the CSIR to showcase what they had to offer as they gear up to increase tourism attractions in the capital city this year.
Mamelodi Day celebrated at Moretele Park
31 October 2019, IOL
The inaugural Mamelodi Day was celebrated yesterday at Moretele Park. It was attended by representatives of schools, Tshwane North College and Tshwane Tourism Association, among others. The event was organised by the Mamelodi Tourism Association.
Primedia Outdoor and Menlyn Park Shopping Centre create new possibilities for local entrepreneurs in Tshwane
October 2019, Bizcommunity
To celebrate local tourism attractions offered by the City of Tshwane, Primedia Outdoor and Menlyn Park Shopping Centre, in partnership with Tshwane Tourism Association, joined forces to host a four-day in-mall exhibition for the first time ever, running from 26-29 September 2019.
Mayor shows support for Tshwane tourism
January 2018, Pretoria News
The Tshwane Tourism Association Showcase received the endorsement and support of Mayor Solly Msimanga today at the CSIR International Convention Centre.
Tshwane Tourism Authority launches new website
January 2018, Tourism Update
The Tshwane Tourism Authority (TTA), based in Gauteng, has launched a new map-based website to promote international and local tourism.
Tshwane launches tourist map
August 2016, Daily Travel & Meetings Buyer
Tshwane Tourism Association (TTA) launched a comprehensive tourist map for the metropolitan area of Tshwane last week.
Tshwane – A true ‘intellectual capital’
June 2016, Business Events Africa
Tshwane (Pretoria) is unique in South Africa in its offerings to the business events market. Tshwane is a true “intellectual capital” – the city is rich in academia, science, and research. It is a destination that embraces a knowledge economy and entices the world’s most innovative and influential thinkers.